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WELCOME TO the world of fashion retail - a labyrinth of sequins, hangers, sales targets, and bunions where ‘the customer is always right’. Four shop employees. One day on the shop floor. A day so jam-packed it is bursting at the seams, and the workers feel as disposable as the clothes they sell.
STORIES, POEMS, and music will be on display at the Galway Fringe Festival’s The Poetry Sessions, which run throughout this week.
The legacy of Mike Diskin will be honoured at a major commemorative concert in the Town Hall Theatre this month, as well as the launch of an artist’s bursary for new and innovative arts projects in the city.
IRELAND WAS an inspiration to the 19th century Romantic movement, while the Irish Literary movement would inspire the imagination of the 1916 rebels.
Balmy sunshine, as it so often does, greeted the launch of Galway Arts Festival on Monday evening and a large crowd of artists and arts aficionados thronged the Radisson Hotel for the event.
LOCAL ENSEMBLE Fregoli Theatre Company are in the Town Hall Studio next week with Raymond Scannell’s award-winning play Breathing Water.
THEATRE, MUSIC, art installation, and storytelling will combine in a new production of Mark O’Halloran’s The Head of Red O’Brien, which will be staged in Galway next month.
“COMMUNISM IS the death of the soul. It is the organisation of total conformity - in short, of tyranny - and it is committed to making tyranny universal.” So said American politician Adlai E Stevenson. It is the Western view of Communism, but not necessarily the view of everyone who experienced life in a Communist country.